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FOX News
Nov 5, 2012 10:00am PST
in benghazi, libya. admiral james lyons served in the navy for 36 years. retiring a little bit more than a year ago. handling the largest single military command in the world. he has just written a strong editorial saying the american people deserve answers to the lingering questions about what happened in benghazi. joining me now is retired navy admiral james lyons. thank you for being on the program. >> it is nice to be here. >> he seemed very upset about the situation. explain why? >> this attack should not have come as a surprise to anyone. we know that the bricks and the red cross blood of benghazi in the middle of the summer because of the deteriorating security situation. we had the 16th of august message from the consulate. stating they could not defend that consulate against the coordinated attack. it was al qaeda affiliated, running wild, the government had lost all control of eastern libya. on the day of the attack, the blue mountains security manager who actually hired the 17th of february martyrs brigade to protect the consulate says there was something wrong. he put out an
FOX Business
Nov 19, 2012 7:00pm EST
a big day on wall street. we're taking all of that up here today with douglas holtz eakin, andrew james lyon on the obama ministrations that it to the pacific. and we'll be joined by the 18th night and the author of the brand-new book. with the fiscal cliff 43 days away, president obama over the weekend expressed confidence a deal will be reached. my next guest says the real question now is whether politics will trump economic judgment. joining us is douglas holtz eakin, the president of the american action forum. good to have you with us. i have to say, don't know what your reaction was that as i watched the market take off, i didn't see the strength of the president's words that would warrant such a powerful reaction. >> struck me as a very naive reaction, one that is likely to be reversed as disappointment sets in. if we were to simply go ahead and go off the cliff, we have strong market reaction. the recipe for a recession in my view and one that would not be easily reversed display some people's claims to go backwards somehow. that circumstance of that kind of danger for we have al
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